An instrument that measures pressure. Credit: William Warby / Flickr Creative Commons
1. After ATMs popped up on every street corner, the number of bank tellers actually increased. Author and economist James Bessen explains how technology changes the workforce - and.
2. Certain types of stress actually increase your creativity. Teresa Amabile, professor at Harvard Business School, explains, and says that we can all learn something from the Apollo 13 missions.
3. Studies suggesting that beta-carotene prevents cancer were disproven in the 70s, yet the claim is still cited today. Stanford’s John Ioannidis gives us.
And this week's music: